Olive Branch Campground Good Sam Verified Campground

6985 Wilmington Rd, Oregonia, OH 45054

Good Sam Verified Campground
(8 reviews) 4 out of 5 stars from 8 reviews
Good Sam Rating
Good Sam Rating
Facility 9
Restrooms 8.5
Appeal 9.5
(8 reviews) 4 out of 5 stars from 8 reviews
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Address

6985 Wilmington Rd
Oregonia, OH, 45054

Open all year

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Facility

Type: Campground
Emergency Phone
Laundry
Eco-friendly park
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Eco-friendly park
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Policies

Pets welcome
Some restrictions
Tents Allowed
Road condition: Good
Road type: Gravel
Big rig sites
Onsite RV service
Table at site
Total spaces: 137
Spaces available: 53
Seasonal Sites: 84
Site length: 60
Max length: 60
Gravel sites: 53
Pull-thru size: 50 x 60
Pull-thrus: 16
Back-in size: 35 x 60
Room for slideouts: Yes
Shaded sites: Mostly
Number of full hookups: 53
Amps: 30 Amp/50 Amp
Max Amps: 50

Restrooms
Ice
Laundry
RV wash: self-service
Laundry
RV wash: self-service
Table at site
On-site RV service
RV supplies
Fire rings
On-site RV service
RV supplies
Fire rings

Swimming
Swimming Pool
Nature trails
Outdoor games
Playground
Outdoor games
Playground
Enclosed game room
Planned activities
Fishing
Fishing supplies
Planned activities
Fishing
Fishing supplies

(within 10 miles)

Hiking
Fishing
Kayaking / canoeing
Boating
Houseboating
Boating
Houseboating
Marina
Road biking
Road biking

(within 20 miles)

Hunting season: Fall

Military Discount

4 (8 reviews) 4 out of 5 stars from 8 reviews
Facility
4.1
Restroom
4
Appeal
4
What is being rated?
4 4 out of 5 stars 09/21/2021

We only stayed one evening in this campground in an RV, while driving through to a destination. Nice facility, clean bathrooms, pleasant helpful staff. I believe this is a family owned campground. You can see the women's touch around the grounds and bathrooms with planted flowers and decor. I enjoyed my stay. The only recommendation I would make is, as the owners continue to make improvements in the facilites, is to change the size of the shower stalls. The showers were so small it was difficult... Read More

We only stayed one evening in this campground in an RV, while driving through to a destination. Nice facility, clean bathrooms, pleasant helpful staff. I believe this is a family owned campground. You can see the women's touch around the grounds and bathrooms with planted flowers and decor. I enjoyed my stay. The only recommendation I would make is, as the owners continue to make improvements in the facilites, is to change the size of the shower stalls. The showers were so small it was difficult to actually shower. They did have hand held shower heads but the space was so small it was hard to use effectively. Other than that it was a very positive experience.
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4 4 out of 5 stars 09/07/2021

We are staying at Olive Branch for several weeks as we transition out of our house and into full time RV living. It's a nice park, pretty quiet, and while you can hear I-71, it's a low sound. There are lots of trees, wide streets, and it's pretty well kept. The bathhouse is a bit dated, but clean and well maintained. The pool is nice, but fairly small. The one thing I would love to see in the big open field between the short term and seasonal campers is an enclosed dog park. That said, they do... Read More

We are staying at Olive Branch for several weeks as we transition out of our house and into full time RV living. It's a nice park, pretty quiet, and while you can hear I-71, it's a low sound. There are lots of trees, wide streets, and it's pretty well kept. The bathhouse is a bit dated, but clean and well maintained. The pool is nice, but fairly small. The one thing I would love to see in the big open field between the short term and seasonal campers is an enclosed dog park. That said, they do have a trail cut through the treed area along the lane entering the park. Staff is nice, pretty accommodating, very much visible around the park. We're in a 43' toy hauler, and picked our space well in advance. It's a pull through, and there is room to both open the porch and park the rig in front, but barely. We don't have kids, but there is what appears to be a nice play area, as well as a small fishing pond. They are one of few parks in the area, and are pretty far (37 miles) from downtown. They are, on the other hand, pretty close to Kings Island.
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3 3 out of 5 stars 12/13/2018

I would not recommend this campground for off-season stays, especially for arrival after dark. I stayed one night for $40, apparently the same as the regular season rate, but only electric and sewer hook-ups were available - no water (not even to fill fresh water tanks), no restrooms, no showers, etc. The worst part, though, was how difficult it was to find the assigned site at night. (I was delayed by road-work and an accident.) The on-the-ground layout is not as simple as the campground map... Read More

I would not recommend this campground for off-season stays, especially for arrival after dark. I stayed one night for $40, apparently the same as the regular season rate, but only electric and sewer hook-ups were available - no water (not even to fill fresh water tanks), no restrooms, no showers, etc. The worst part, though, was how difficult it was to find the assigned site at night. (I was delayed by road-work and an accident.) The on-the-ground layout is not as simple as the campground map indicates, the signage was not very good, there were no lights to help illuminate the roads or sites and even the reflective camp site numbers are oriented so that the tow vehicle headlights do not light them up. The campground is heavily wooded and probably beautiful during the regular season. I had not camped in this area before, so I had nothing to compare to the $40 fee, other than it seemed steep for off-season. As it turned out, I got more for a lot less at my other overnight stays along the way. I won't pay $40 again for such meager amenities.
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4 4 out of 5 stars 04/07/2018

I stayed when traveling north for a night , The park looks nice and would be a great place for kids. There is no cable and the internet signal is not strong enough to hook up to .

4 4 out of 5 stars 09/13/2017

Heavy tree coverage so satellite coverage is hit and miss. NO CABLE so if you are blocked with trees, then you can't rely on some cable coverage.

4 4 out of 5 stars 08/13/2017

We stayed over night. Site was easy to get into. Nice looking park. we didn't use the restrooms. We did notice a pool and big area for kids. easy to get to from I-71.

4 4 out of 5 stars 07/27/2017

Gorgeous place but the "insurance" lie was used about restrictive breeds. Given a hard time by neighbors for a "restrictive" breed (Pitbull Mix) service dog. I am prior service veteran. Our dog is a nationally recognized dog for children's reading and therapy, yet there are still people who "read" or "heard" about "those" dogs. Grow up people...dogs are controlled by their owners, like children are...my dog was in bed at 8:30pm...can't say that about their kids at 11:00pm. My dog, along with all... Read More

Gorgeous place but the "insurance" lie was used about restrictive breeds. Given a hard time by neighbors for a "restrictive" breed (Pitbull Mix) service dog. I am prior service veteran. Our dog is a nationally recognized dog for children's reading and therapy, yet there are still people who "read" or "heard" about "those" dogs. Grow up people...dogs are controlled by their owners, like children are...my dog was in bed at 8:30pm...can't say that about their kids at 11:00pm. My dog, along with all of my restrictive breeds I have owned an others have owned have NEVER bitten another dog or individual. Finally, we have been across the USA 3 times in the 18 months with our 4 dogs ALL restrictive breeds...we have NEVER been asked to leave an RV resort, park or hotel due to our dogs...this includes Hiltons and Marriotts...wonder why that is?
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5 5 out of 5 stars 12/21/2015

This is a fantastic campground. I have looked at all campgrounds within a 2 hour radius of Cincinnati, Ohio and this is "by far" the nicest, cleanest and best run campground around. I am a seasonal camper and have been here for 3 years now. Excellent management, safety is impeccable, cleanliness is unparalleled, and security of the campground is top notch. (Of course it helps that a former U.S. Marine owns the campground). They don't put up with loud parties, music and loose animals. We LOVE... Read More

This is a fantastic campground. I have looked at all campgrounds within a 2 hour radius of Cincinnati, Ohio and this is "by far" the nicest, cleanest and best run campground around. I am a seasonal camper and have been here for 3 years now. Excellent management, safety is impeccable, cleanliness is unparalleled, and security of the campground is top notch. (Of course it helps that a former U.S. Marine owns the campground). They don't put up with loud parties, music and loose animals. We LOVE camping here. It's very well kept, clean and full of trees, shade and nice space between campers. Overall......great place with great people.
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4 4 out of 5 stars 09/21/2021

We only stayed one evening in this campground in an RV, while driving through to a destination. Nice facility, clean bathrooms, pleasant helpful staff. I believe this is a family owned campground. You can see the women's touch around the grounds and bathrooms with planted flowers and decor. I enjoyed my stay. The only recommendation I would make is, as the owners continue to make improvements in the facilites, is to change the size of the shower stalls. The showers were so small it was difficult... Read More

We only stayed one evening in this campground in an RV, while driving through to a destination. Nice facility, clean bathrooms, pleasant helpful staff. I believe this is a family owned campground. You can see the women's touch around the grounds and bathrooms with planted flowers and decor. I enjoyed my stay. The only recommendation I would make is, as the owners continue to make improvements in the facilites, is to change the size of the shower stalls. The showers were so small it was difficult to actually shower. They did have hand held shower heads but the space was so small it was hard to use effectively. Other than that it was a very positive experience.
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4 4 out of 5 stars 09/07/2021

We are staying at Olive Branch for several weeks as we transition out of our house and into full time RV living. It's a nice park, pretty quiet, and while you can hear I-71, it's a low sound. There are lots of trees, wide streets, and it's pretty well kept. The bathhouse is a bit dated, but clean and well maintained. The pool is nice, but fairly small. The one thing I would love to see in the big open field between the short term and seasonal campers is an enclosed dog park. That said, they do... Read More

We are staying at Olive Branch for several weeks as we transition out of our house and into full time RV living. It's a nice park, pretty quiet, and while you can hear I-71, it's a low sound. There are lots of trees, wide streets, and it's pretty well kept. The bathhouse is a bit dated, but clean and well maintained. The pool is nice, but fairly small. The one thing I would love to see in the big open field between the short term and seasonal campers is an enclosed dog park. That said, they do have a trail cut through the treed area along the lane entering the park. Staff is nice, pretty accommodating, very much visible around the park. We're in a 43' toy hauler, and picked our space well in advance. It's a pull through, and there is room to both open the porch and park the rig in front, but barely. We don't have kids, but there is what appears to be a nice play area, as well as a small fishing pond. They are one of few parks in the area, and are pretty far (37 miles) from downtown. They are, on the other hand, pretty close to Kings Island.
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3 3 out of 5 stars 12/13/2018

I would not recommend this campground for off-season stays, especially for arrival after dark. I stayed one night for $40, apparently the same as the regular season rate, but only electric and sewer hook-ups were available - no water (not even to fill fresh water tanks), no restrooms, no showers, etc. The worst part, though, was how difficult it was to find the assigned site at night. (I was delayed by road-work and an accident.) The on-the-ground layout is not as simple as the campground map... Read More

I would not recommend this campground for off-season stays, especially for arrival after dark. I stayed one night for $40, apparently the same as the regular season rate, but only electric and sewer hook-ups were available - no water (not even to fill fresh water tanks), no restrooms, no showers, etc. The worst part, though, was how difficult it was to find the assigned site at night. (I was delayed by road-work and an accident.) The on-the-ground layout is not as simple as the campground map indicates, the signage was not very good, there were no lights to help illuminate the roads or sites and even the reflective camp site numbers are oriented so that the tow vehicle headlights do not light them up. The campground is heavily wooded and probably beautiful during the regular season. I had not camped in this area before, so I had nothing to compare to the $40 fee, other than it seemed steep for off-season. As it turned out, I got more for a lot less at my other overnight stays along the way. I won't pay $40 again for such meager amenities.
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4 4 out of 5 stars 04/07/2018

I stayed when traveling north for a night , The park looks nice and would be a great place for kids. There is no cable and the internet signal is not strong enough to hook up to .

6985 Wilmington Rd, Oregonia, OH 45054
Coordinates: 39.429670, -84.071940
Elevation:

Directions
From Jct of I-71 & Wilmington Rd (exit 36), E 0.3 mi on Wilmington Rd (R)

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